Brita water filter heavy metals reduction laboratory results
The Brita water filter we tested was the worst-performing water filter of all those we tested. This was surprising, given the high popularity of the Brita water filter at retail.

Shockingly, the Brita only removed 14% of lead and about 12% of arsenic. At the same time, it actually increased the amount of aluminum in the water by almost 34%.

Based on these results, we would not recommend Brita water filters for use in the removal of heavy metals or radioactive isotopes.

Actual results of the Brita water filter:

Aluminum reduction: INCREASE of 33.9%

Copper reduction: 8.6%

Arsenic reduction: 12.1%

Strontium reduction: 3.6%

Cadmium reduction: 6.6%

Cesium reduction: 9.5%

Mercury reduction: 74.6%

Lead reduction: 14.1%

Uranium reduction: 10.0%

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